Cheryl Kaiser

Cheryl

Cheryl’s research examines the interplay between social psychological theoretical perspectives and social issues. Much of her research examines the self and social identity; particularly from the perspective of members of socially marginalized groups. Some domains of interest include diversity, immigration, social inequality, and employment discrimination law. Her research incorporates a variety of perspectives and methods from psychology and related disciplines, including political science, law, and sociology.┬áCheryl's research been supported by the National Institute of Health, the National Science Foundation, and the Russell Sage Foundation. Cheryl is a recipient of the SAGE Young Scholars Award, the James McKeen Cattell Sabbatical Award, and SPSSI’s Gordon Allport Intergroup Relations Prize.